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Angela Christine Magana May 20, 1989 - January 7, 2024

Angela Christine Magaña

5/20/1989 – 1/7/2024

Angela Christine Magaña, a vibrant spirit, departed this world unexpectedly on January 7th,2024, at the young age of 34. She was the beloved daughter of Fidencio and Teri Magaña, and the cherished sister of Anthony Magaña. Angela leaves behind three precious children: Dominic, Ayden, and Analiyah.

Originally hailing from San Diego, California. Angela made Boise, Idaho her home at the age of 2. Her educational journey took her through St. Marks Primary School, Bishop Kelly, and she proudly graduated from Capitol High School.

In her 34 years, Angela was a beacon of kindness and joy, touching the lives of everyone she encountered. Her unwavering devotion to family and friends served as a testament to the power of love, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those fortunate enough to share in her presence.

Angela’s greatest love and purpose in life were her three children. She lived with an unparalleled passion for their well-being and happiness. Her role as a mother was not just a title, it was a profound expression of love that defined her existence. Angela’s love for her children was the driving force behind every smile, every act of kindness, and every joyous moment she shared with those around her.

As we navigate the sorrow of her untimely passing, let us celebrate not only the warmth she brought into our lives but also the profound love and dedication she bestowed upon her children. In our collective grief, we find solace knowing that Angela is now reunited in heaven with two remarkable and amazing women – her mother and grandmother. Angela Christine Magaña will be profoundly missed, her memory forever engraved in the hearts of those she touched.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, on Thursday, February 8, 2024, at Bowman Funeral Parlor, 10254 W. Carlton Bay Dr. in Garden City.  A funeral mass will be held at 11:00 am, on Friday, February 9, 2024, at St. Mark’s Catholic Church, 7960 W. Northview St. in Boise, with a reception to follow.  A committal service will be held after the reception, at 2:00 pm, at Dry Creek Cemetery in Boise.

To attend the funeral mass virtually, please visit: https://www.stmarksboise.org/

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, on Thursday, February 8, 2024, at Bowman Funeral Parlor, 10254 W. Carlton Bay Dr. in Garden City.  A funeral mass will be held at 11:00 am, on Friday, February 9, 2024, at St. Mark’s Catholic Church, 7960 W. Northview St. in Boise, with a reception to follow.  A committal service will be held after the reception, at 2:00 pm, at Dry Creek Cemetery in Boise.

To attend the funeral mass virtually, please visit: https://www.stmarksboise.org/

Condolences(6)

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    Brent Brenner-Peterson says

    To my dear and loving friend Angela Christine Magana, you will always be in my heart and thoughts for life. We had great times and memories. I’m going to miss you so damn much.

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      Alberto Magana says

      Sending a caring thought. My niece Christine Magana will be missed dearly. Her spirit presence ever so strong with all the surrounding love and support. Continuous prayers ❤️

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    Peter Carter Sr says

    Christine, I hope you and your Mother are side by side in heaven. My family was blessed to be able to live in Boise with you guys for a few years before we had to transfer. The opportunity for your cousins to grow up, for a time, with you and Tony will always be cherished. You have turned into such a beautiful woman and a very loving and caring mother. It breaks my heart that your children will not be able to get to grow into adults with their mother at their side to love and support them.. Thank the lord that they have their Grandfather to lead them through life. You have turned into such an awesome niece. I love you and will truly miss you❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    pop says

    I love you and I miss you

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    Aunt Debbie says

    Christine,
    As my niece, I’ve been lucky to know you all your life. First as a lovely little baby, and then an adorable toddler, with a special gift for throwing epic tantrums, lol. Once a shy, soft spoken middle schoolgirl, you eventually grew into the beautiful, loving young mother that you were when I saw you just a few months ago. I know how much you loved your children, and it showed in the pictures that you shared often with us on Facebook. I just know that you were beyond proud to be their mother, because I could see the pride in your eyes. I’m shocked and so, so sad that you’ve gone, but I know that you are with your mom now, watching over Dominic, Ayden and Analiyah from heaven. I will miss you sweet Christine! Love Aunt Debbie

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    Susan Larson says

    Dear Fidencio, I’m so sad to hear of Christine’s passing. It’s hard to believe that her vibrant light is gone from this world. She was Danielle’s first friend when they were both just 5 years old. They met on a Boy Scout camping trip where they were the only two little sisters in tow. They bonded instantly and stayed friends through elementary school at St. Mark’s. They shared countless sleepovers, giggles, and fun adventures. Christine was an integral part of our lives – Girl Scouts, basketball games, and so much more. Her loving nature made her a pleasure to be around. My heart breaks for you and her three beautiful children. I hope that you will find comfort, peace, and healing.
    Love, Susie Larson

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